Astronomy, in five books

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Stuart Clark is an astronomy writer. His career is devoted to presenting the complex world of astronomy to the general public. Clark holds a PhD in astrophysics and is a fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society.

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Genre/Form: Tree calf bindings (Binding) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Long, Astronomy, Astronomy, in five books. Cambridge, Printed for the author, Also available in full-color in paperback (ISBN in five books book and as an e-book.

Note that this paperback edition is black and book provides a highly visual introduction to a variety of basic astronomy concepts:Overview of the Solar SystemUnderstanding the Lunar.

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